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November 2019

Massive Outpouring of Love – Songs, St Andrew, Syria and Saltires

Saturday 30th November 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
The Y centre, Lochside Road
Dumfries, DG2 0NF United Kingdom

We have recently moved into premises in the heart of Lochside, parts of which are 206th on the Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation. We work with Syrian families who have arrived here via the Vulnerable Persons Resettlement Scheme and people in need locally. Our research showed that there is a real reluctance to engage with other members of the community, regardless of whether they are long-term locals or newcomers. To help break down some of these barriers and re-spark community…

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Govan Community Project – St Andrew’s Afro Ceilidh 2019

Saturday 30th November 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
African Arts Centre, Edmiston Drive
Glasgow, G51 2YY United Kingdom

After the successes of the two previous years, we would like to organise another ‘Afro-Ceilidh’ event to promote the ethics of St Andrew and celebrate the influences we have from the African continent alive in the Glasgow community. This will be a Scottish ceilidh with an African twist, with a band playing traditional ceilidh music and leading ceilidh dancing, accompanied by African drumming and followed by a DJ set featuring African music. The event will be catered with a selection…

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Fife Centre for Equalities – Fair Saturday International Ceilidh

Saturday 30th November 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
The Vic Function Room, 1 St Marys Pl
St Andrews, KY16 9PZ United Kingdom

The St Andrews Fair Saturday International Ceilidh is organised by Fife Centre for Equalities with the Centre for Minorities Research at the University of St Andrews for people from all nationalities and ethnicities and celebrate St Andrews day on the principles of social inclusion, fairness and sharing. Join us for some food and a reel with music from the Lomond Ceilidh Band on St Andrews Fair Saturday!

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Slanjayvah Danza – 6 Feet, 3 Shoes: St Andrew’s Day Special

Saturday 30th November 2019 @ 7:30 pm
Annat Hall, Rait
Perth, PH2 7RT United Kingdom

We will begin the event by facilitating a 30minute programme of community performances: where children and adults alike can present something, in dance, poetry, music, story, that they feel represents St Andrew’s day and/or the sharing of cultures. This will be followed by a professional performance of ‘6 Feet, 3 Shoes’ (6F3S), an exhilarating show featuring 3 dancers and 2 musicians. Full of feisty percussive Flamenco, Scottish and Contemporary dance, live music (Scottish fiddle and Flamenco guitar) and storytelling, 6F3S…

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Nepalese Himalayan Association Scotland – Celebrate St. Andrews Day with a fusion of Scottish and Nepali music, poetry and food.

Saturday 30th November 2019 @ 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm
Unit B Kettock Lodge Campus 2, Balgownie Drive
Bridge of Don, Aberdeen, AB22 8GU United Kingdom

Celebrate St. Andrews Day with a fusion of Scottish, Nepali and Hindi Nepali music, Poetry in both English and Nepali, and Asian food. This event is a fantastic opportunity to celebrate the Patron Saint of Scotland for all Scottish and Scots-at-heart, as well as the diverse ethnic minority communities of Scotland. We will showcase the best of Scottish, Nepalese and Hindi music, dance, poetry as well as share the Asian food amongst the participants. The event will highlight the importance…

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December 2019

St Andrew’s Multi-Cultural Cup

Sunday 1st December 2019 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Toryglen Regional Football Centre, Prospecthill Road
Glasgow, G42 0BY
Scottish FA & BEMIS

This football tournament being hosted by the Scottish FA and BEMIS will see teams from across Scotland compete for the St. Andrew’s Multi-Cultural Cup. Download Application Form Competitions: Adults 16+ years 7 v 7 game format Max 10 players Trophy presented to winning team Youths 12–15 years 7 v 7 game format Mixed gender Max 10 players Trophy presented to winning team Juniors 8–11 years 4 v 4 game format Mixed gender Max 7 players Participation medals for all teams…

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GRAMNet Film Series

Wednesday 18th December 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
CCA (Centre for Contemporary Arts), 350 Sauchiehall Street
Glasgow, G2 3JD

In observance of International Migrants Day. Compulsory Figures Documentary: Poland (2018) | Director: Ewa Kochańska | Running Time: 72 mins | Ukrainian, Polish, Russian, English, with English subtitles Julia Polniuk (10) trains figure skating – and there is not much time left for her to succeed in sports and to meet her family’s expectations. After the Euromaidan Revolution, the Polniuk family moved from Ukraine to Poland. Now they begin a brand new life in Warsaw without good jobs or money.…

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January 2020

Afghani Community Celebrating with Celtic Connections

16th January @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Glasgow Club Petershill, Adamswell Street
Glasgow, G21 4DD

Celtic Connections in the Community 2020 Join Glasgow Afghan United as musicians in the community join Scottish musicians to create songs which represent both nations, showcasing culture through music. Mixing instrumentation and experience, these new Afghan & Scottish songs will be performed for the first time at Celtic Connections, as part of Celtic Connections in the Community in partnership with BEMIS. Our Celtic Connections in the Community events will enable local and diverse Glasgow communities to showcase the best of…

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£5

Afro-Celtic Music and Dance Night

17th January @ 7:00 pm - 1:00 am
Civic House, 26 Civic Street
Glasgow, G4 9RH United Kingdom

Celtic Connections in the Community 2020 Tickets on sale soon. Chief Chebe and SCTSG present an African dimension to Celtic Connection 2020: A special African Scottish and global music and dance night at the Civic House with entertainment and chopalicious selections of tasty African snacks and hot traditional Scottish stovies. A joyous and memorable winter’s night of music and dance to remember! Our Celtic Connections in the Community events will enable local and diverse Glasgow communities to showcase the best…

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Irish Minstrels at Celtic Connections

17th January @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Couper Institute, Clarkston Road
Glasgow, G44 3DA United Kingdom

Celtic Connections in the Community 2020 The Irish Minstrels, home of St. Roch’s Ceili Band, have been teaching Irish music in Glasgow since 1957. Join them for this showcase concert as part of Celtic Connections 2020 featuring the current crop of young (and not so young) musicians and singers. Our Celtic Connections in the Community events will enable local and diverse Glasgow communities to showcase the best of Scotland’s contemporary cultural traditions and work with professional artists to bring a…

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